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[Solved] Removing your IP from the Gmail Blacklist – Step by Step Solution

Being blacklisted by Gmail is relatively easy, especially if you use WordPress and do not worry much about the security of your site. Being listed on a Gmail Blacklist means your emails do not reach Gmail recipients, or your messages (sent via blacklisted server IP) go straight to the Spam folder. Google’s Blacklist is different

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Gmail Outage Disrupts Businesses Monday

For millions of employees and employers Monday morning brought along some additional stress as Gmail experienced a brief outage, causing various businesses emails to become debilitated. Though the disruption affected personal Gmail accounts as well, those most affected were businesses whose workday was disrupted due to such an inconvenience. Google noted this issue as a

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ACH Payment 5535134 Canceled – ACH Payment Canceled Malware Email

If by any chance you receive an email from an address such as ach.01[at]nacha.org and with a subject line “ACH Payment 5535134 Canceled,” be aware this email contains a virus. This email is obviously not from the ACH and it is an attempt by Internet criminals to trick internet users into opening the attached file

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Three More African Countries Now Have Gmail SMS

Tanzania, Uganda and Malawi now have Gmail SMS chat functionality. The Gmail SMS functionality enables worldwide communication with fellow Gtalk chat users ? even if they’re away from their computer. Gmail users can send and receive SMS messages for free, while non-Gmail users must pay normal texting charges. The mobile carriers providing the service include

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Backing up your mail from Gmail account

One way to do that is by downloading a copy of all messages in Gmail to an email client such as Microsoft Outlook, Pegasus Mail, Mozilla’s Thunderbird, and Apple Inc.’s Mail. 1. First Sign in to your Gmail account. 2. Click Settings at the top right of your Gmail page, then open the Forwarding and

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The death of e-mail?

Because of real time messaging, live chats, texting and Facebook (four billion messages daily) we send less e-mails than few years ago. According to data from comScore, the number of visitors using major e-mail sites like Yahoo and Hotmail is in steady decline. The only winner in that category is Gmail. Amount of Gmail users

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30 seconds for Undo Send in Gmail

On March 19, 2009 Gmail introduced an option Undo Send which held your message for five seconds so you have a chance to hit the button which stops process of sending an email and takes you right back to compose. Google constantly adds new periods: 10 seconds, 20 seconds and now 30 seconds.

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PC-to-phone service from Google

Google added a free Gmail feature to make calls to telephones anywhere in the world from microphone-equipped computers. As a trial, all calls in the U.S. and Canada are free through the end of the year. Google plans to make money on this PC-to-phone service by charging 2 cents and up per minute for international

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Email templates in Gmail

[Tip for Gmail users] Responding emails is an everyday task for most of modern businesses. In many cases we repeat some parts of our messages over and over. Responds to clients like quotes and answering general questions do not have to be done by coping and pasting text from other emails. Gmail users can use

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